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. that is at a time when the u.k. is the best-performing economy. manus cranny is standing by. jonathan ferro joins us. the data is ahead of the chinese statement and it makes the position look good. brand and ittrong is about this recovery and a triple that recession. andomes on a strong backing there are questions around the housing he will talk about the growth and deficit. there is another measure of austerity. it is not going away and it is about not giving anything away at this junction. >> we had some leaks. will there be any surprises? surprise. whether it is the housing market , where the exemption might come the issues of foreign ownership. something and spell out property for foreign owners. there is a leak. the housing will be a contentious issue, francine. issueill come in on this on the owner side. that is quite a bit of a long graph. >> yes. it certainly is. let's turn to jonathan ferro. what can we expect today? higher in the ecb is not so bright because they have one percent growth in the next year. they are below the target. they have a projection and you could see it a long way off.
with me is ron allen and joining us is jonathan alter, author and msnbc contributor, and james peterson, professor at lehigh university. jonathan, let me go to you first. you've covered president obama extensively. what kind of mandela influence do you see in him? >> huge influence. as he president said in his statement. he said he would not be who he was without nelson mandela. he followed him from an early age. you may recall when the president was a student at occidental college in california, he took part in anti-apartheid demonstrations. he was a leader on that issue and focused on it. but one of the things that is really striking me tonight is what can americans learn. and american society learn from the example of nelson mandela? i think back to civil rights movement, ghandi with his principle of civil disobedience, that helped to give the movement life. so what is mandela's message? well, today we're hearing even very conservative senators and other figures talking about the spirit of forgiveness that he embody embodied in south africa. my question tonight, rev, is can we import
and reconciliation was all about. a very powerful thing for this young journalist. jonathan hunt was at the time working in great britain. you have covered his life for much of your career. >> extraordinary man. to pick up on the themes of everybody including president barack obama himself of the forgiveness and reconciliation. i think there are two particular acts which stand out in my mind. first was in 1994, after he was inago ra inago rated first thing he did was have tea with a woman betsy, widow of the architect of the par tide, the most bitter enemy of the black population of south africa. nelson mandela sat and had tea with that man's widow. it was an extraordinary act. in 1995 moving forward. we talk about the unity coming to people from sports. rugby in south africa is not stretching it much to say it's a religion. it was always an entirely white religion, the most important sport in south africa. the 1995 world rugby cup a warded to south africa for the ending of a par tide. it was still almost entirely whites in the sport. nelson mandela in the absolutely unthinkable act just a i fe
and capitalist pig jonathan hoenig. fox news contributor. what do you think of that? >> i think councilman we have a serious problem of poverty in the district of columbia. i drove bit shelter on way to the studio. where he is wrong and misguided unfortunately that boosting the minimum wage doesn't make those low-skilled workers anymore valuable to the labor market. it mines places like walmart as you suggested are going to hire fewer people. it especially bad for young, unskilled workers. they're not simply looking for compention. they're look for skills so they can then get the next job. i think that's a gross oversight. melissa: see, jonathan, i totally, when he says, you couldn't live on this wage, you couldn't support your family on this wage, that is abs absolutely true. i don't think anyone argues at. the problem this is a wage you earn to get started in the system working and then over time you're supposed to gain the skls and education to move out and do something else. the problem is, the very few people who get stuck as a career in minimum wage job, that is the problem we should be
daughter amber and jonathan norton her fiancee. their wedding just three weeks away. family and friends know that after three nights on subzero cold, time may be running out. >> continue your prayers and continue to hope for a miracle. >> reporter: clayton abc news denver. >> we're getting more details on the deadly shooting of a man who tried to sell a playstation 4 on instagram. he went before a judge today. 21-year-old ronnie collins is charged with the mudder. the prosecutor said collins took advantage of the christmas season to pray on people. he offered to buy the playstation 4 but when they met at a park collins pulled out a gun. he then offered to give up the game console in exchange for his life. >> hey, man, you can have the playstation. this isn't worth it or something to that effect and the defendant said nah and pointed the gun back down at him. >> disturbing, obviously. authorities say collins shot him four times. collins also tasfaces two charg of attempted robbery. >> police are investigating a possible kidnapping caught on surveillance video. i want to show that to you.
hayanamiento, hay pruebas que jonathan vendia narcoticos, a urdal lo llevaron a la cárcel de santa rita. >> arrestan a un sospechoso de robar bancos, sin embargo autoridades creen que es ladron de un bank of américan. >> se presentoa la primera audiencia de ser el autor del tiroteo fatal que engaño a un vendedor de consolas que murió a tiros. >> se presento en san francisco, tiene una fianza millónaria. >> tenemos a roney polance por asesinato. >> rooney es instruido por dos cargos de intento de robo, disparo a guaca cuando llego a un parque en mendel y gales en bay view, intentando vender una ps4 a las 6:30 de la tarde. >> la victima y su novia ofrecen una playstation4, otran otros servicios, instagram, el sospechoso ofrecio comprar el playstation. >> ofrecio a uguaca pero luego sucumbio a herdas. >> es importante sí compra algo y no conoce quien lo hace tome tiempo para conocer la persona, cuando sea la transacción sea en un centro comercial donde hay mucha gente, acompañado e identificar a la persona, donde hay gente, no en oscuro por que lo expone . >> la juez dio uan fianza
to cover the markets now. jonathan ferro, over to you. words, dead flat. these markets right now, no action on the cac 40. the dax giving 1/10 of one percent. the ftse 100 giving us pretty much nothing after four days of losses. look at some of the levels. up 10% on the year. a little bit of cautiousness creeping in. -- not outsidete the realm of possibility that the fed could reduce stimulus. that debate will be strengthened by the payrolls number. bond market,t the the prospect of the fed buying less treasuries playing into higher u.s. treasury yields on the 10 year. 2.8%, that one near highs for the year. check out fx. look at the euro pound over the last early days. down against the pound. the eurozone story and the u.k. story is night and day. the eurozone could go the other way. much each you how central bank has got to do. >> thank you very much indeed, john ferro on the markets. >> still to come, u.s. secretary of state john kerry is back in israel to give another push to peac pallk we will be live in tel aviv it are this hour. ♪ >> welcome back to "the pulse" live from bloomberg
group of cme. jonathan corpina on floor of new york stock exchange. phil, we'll start with you. gold prices are falling near the lowest levels of the year. $1200 is danger point, right? >> eally is. that is the talk where the nominal cost of production. it had a real hard time, every time it is been below there once. it didn't stay there long. a lot going on. we're looking at economic data here in the u.s., better than expected. mario draghi, didn't sound like the dove we thought he would be. that means less stimulus in europe. gold bulls do not like to hear the talk. we'll wait to see how the jobs report tomorrow is before we get excited about the market. up big yesterday. a bit of a pullback today. adam: we had quite a bit of, understanding about oil yesterday. what is happening with prices. they're on track for another straight day of gains, phil? >> they really are. we're seeing big unwinding right now in the brent wti spread. if you remember last couple weeks it would be buying brent, selling wti, that is all changing. we're getting oil from the gulf coast. down towards the gul
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on the scompleft his wife. and smith's daughter amber and her fiancee, jonathan norton. >> the concern is that they've surviveed and may be injured but they're having to survive in ten degree weather at night time. possibly with snow coming down. and no way to keep warm. >> command staff will meet tonight to decide the status of the search tomorrow. vic lee abc7 news. >> police investigating a possible kidnapping caught on surveillance video. take a look. a bus driver pulled up last night around 6:00. a woman appeared to be trying to board the bus. a man pulled her awachl the driver called 911. by the time police arrived they couldn't find the people. police are asking for anyone who knows the man or woman in this video to contact the police department. >> i want to show you video. a fremont police hope you can capture a crook caught on video. detectives posted this on you tube showing a man going through a drawer on eggers drive. happening to be looking for stuff to steal in front of 12 of surveillance cameras little did he know. the break in happened around 12:30 saturday afternoon. police have
his wife. and smith's daughter amber and her fiancee, jonathan norton. >> the concern is that they've surviveed and may be injured but they're having to survive in ten degree weather at night time. possibly with snow coming down. and no way to keep warm. >> command staff will meet tonight to decide the status of the search tomorrow. vic lee abc7 news. >> police investigating a possible kidnapping caught on surveillance video. take a look. a bus driver pulled up last night around 6:00. a woman appeared to be trying to board the bus. a man pulled her awachl the driver called 911. by the time police arrived they couldn't find the people. police are asking for anyone who knows the man or woman in this video to contact the police department. >> i want to show you video. a fremont police hope you can capture a crook caught on video. detectives posted this on you tube showing a man going through a drawer on eggers drive. happening to be looking for stuff to steal in front of 12 of surveillance cameras little did he know. the break in happened around 12:30 saturday afternoon. police have
back home. also on board, daughter amber and jonathan norton, her fiance. their wedding just three weeks away. family and friends know that after three nights of subzero cold, time may be running out. >> continue your prayers and continue to hope for a miracle. >> reporter: clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >>> in other news tonight president obama said the growing gap between rich and poor threatens america's founding ideals and he calls for a raise in the minimum wage to $10 an hour. his remarks come ahead of a day of protest, fast food workers in this country in some 100 cities plan to walk off the job tomorrow to push for higher pay. >>> meanwhile vice-president biden was in china shaking things up within hours of arriving there. the first stop on his two-day visit, it was the u.s. embassy where he told a group of mostly young people, chinese waiting in line for visas, they should challenge their own government, saying innovation can occur only when you breathe free. >>> and back here at home, chicago police are reporting some welcome news tonight, what could be the fewest num
to convict the quarterback. and jonathan martin is set to meet with the investigator for a second time regarding hazing accusations. martin left the team and is recently put on the noninjury list. >> still ahead, the u.s. security council approve as peace keeping force, to help end the violence in central africa republic. and how pittsburgh is transforming itself from steel city to tech city. using the day to to track possible regulars with nonterrorrists. pope front sis has formed an expert panel, one of the pan themes main duties will be to make the screening process for new priests much stricter. the prime minister of central africa republic is welcoming french military in the country. the decision was made just hours after chaos broke out. gun fights have spilled out into the streets of ban gi. it's president was ousted last march, today the u.n. security council approved the peace keeping force to end the violence, french president announced he would double the troops perhaps within hours. >> i have decided to react immediately. starting tonight, with the african forces and for th
legacy, but brat on came up in the policing. i want to go back to one of jonathan's points with the use of numbers to pull people away involved in the turnstiles. that is to use to drive down crime to look at disparities. there is a brand-new movement and the majority of major cities to put together the 50 ever racial profiling and database. that is driven by police chiefs. i think that's the kind of thing if he brings that to new york, that may in fact get it is fears about the taint of giuliani. >> he should be a hash tag. your prominent pronouncement is correct. thank you both. >> thank you. >> stay with us. conservatives have an authority complex in today's top. bl turn to roc® retinol correxion®. one week, fine lines appear to fade. one month, deep wrinkles look smoother. after one year, skin looks ageless. high performance skincare™ only from roc®. take skincare to the next level with new roc® multi correxion® 5 in 1, proven to hydrate dryness, illuminate dullness, lift sagging, diminish the look of dark spots, and smooth the appearance of wrinkles. high performance skincar
will be wired the way it needs to be? >> that is our hope. >> jonathan kaplan, education superhighway chairman. inc. you for joining us. -- thanke right back you for joining us. we will be right back after this quick break. ♪ >> this is "bloomberg west." i'm emily chang. he agreed to produce some of hollywood's biggest movies, including star trek, pretty woman, and shrek. where does jeffrey katzenberg see opportunity for future films? china. event anmberg interview last night, he explained a very unique market. >> five years from now, china will be the number one movie market in the world. in americabillion today. they are 3.5 billion dollars this year and in just a few years will surpass us. they will surpass us sheerly on the numbers. >> as discussed earlier, hollywood is not the only area expecting growth from china. won today, china mobile state approval -- china mobile w approval to bring in the iphone. this will give access to apple to 1.3 billion subscribers. i should say there are 1.3 billion people in china. china mobile has 760 million or so subscribers. the potential is huge. >> i
. jonathan heller. , a principal at wedge partners. china, a huge opportunity. what will it mean for apple if this happens? >> it will only need a little bit out of the gate. this will be a very expensive phone. they do not subsidize handsets the way they do in the united states. it will be a $800 purchase for consumers. it will be meaningful but maybe 18-20,000,000 units next year. >> 18-20,000,000 units? right now there are 12- 13,000,000 units that have been sold that are on china mobile's network that have come from hong kong, kind of through the back door. total about 20l next year, which is still a lot. >> what about the plans for emerging markets? >> we are probably more bullish. and you think about it, this is a huge deal. apple has 280 there's -- carrier planets. that is about 4 billion units. it is almost 800 million. obviously about 180 million are high value subs. equivalent of at&t and verizon. when middle-class is 11,500 u.s. dollars on the how can you possibly expect to sell millions of phones? >> i would not underestimate the capacity to purchase apple products. a huge sta
could be surprising for many. jonathan betz has a closer look at what the president says is an economic inequality gap. >> simply put the poor are getting poorer and the rich are getting richer. first off, what does this mean? the median income for an american household was $53,000, down $yea from the year before and down $5,000 from 1999 when you adjust for inflation. but the economy is growing. however almost all of the money that's being made is going to the very rich. since 2009 the income of the top 1% grew by 31%. money is being made, but only for about a million and a half people here. yet for everyone else, 99% of the population, their salaries have barely moved in four years, less than 1%. the richest are taking home the most since the 1920s. why? some suggest years of tax cuts for the wealthy, the growth of the finance and technology companies, led to wall street fat cats and techies. computers and robots have taken a lot of the jobs since the 1970s. the minimum wage is $7.25 an hour. president obama has suggested to bump it up to about $10 an hour. one study suggests the mini
, jonathan norton. allen dayton is norton's uncle. >> they're deeply in lochlt i got my wedding announcement a couple days ago. they're scheduled to be married january 4th. >> the search was expanded. about 60 people are combing grounds. five aircraft and two helicopters are now in the air. they brought in high tech equipment to help pinpoint the plane's path. >> it has a capability to bring in is from civil air patrol in wyoming which has forward-looking radar. it detects temperatures on the ground and can detect temperatures anomalies. >> reporter: command staff will decide the status of the search tomorrow. vic lee, abc7 plus. >> and still ahead on abc7 news at 4:00 major efforts to get beached whales back into the weather. >> plus, for helping out a charity. >> radio active material that could be in the wrong hands in mexico. >> this is in berkeley. mcarthur maze is backed up, very slow. traffic moving from left to right is on i 80 headed towards berkeley. it's a parking lot. right side of the screen, folks heading back towards san francisco or 580 moving faster. back with more to thos
to jonathan hunt with details. his is it getting ugly. never heard of this chef before. >> huge star. host of "the taste" on abc and used to an entirely different type of grilling than the one chev is getting in court in london the past couple of days. asked again and again today about her admitted cocaine use, she said, quote, i would rather be on it. and explain about the drug usage but i wanted to make sure i wasn't going to be bullied and talk about an incident that took place in a humiliating place. that's the incident with her husband, who was caught on camera choking her outside a london restaurant. he claimed he was looking for traces of cocaine up her nose. she said in court he was not examining me for cocaine. that's a story he made into clear his name. they are now, not surprisingly, divorced. >> this case had nothing to do with the divorce. >> this is actually about two assistants. accused of spending a million dollars that wasn't there belonging to the chef and her husband, on expensive vacations, hotel rooms. those are the two assistants. what does this have to do with cocain
. >> jonathan hunt reporting on the passing of nelson mandela. i mentioned we learned this morning that he was gravely ill. he had been in a hospital for weeks on end. his family had gathered. his daughter at least believed the last days were upon them. in fact she said he is on his death bed. after a quarter till midnight in south africa, the president made the announcement the civil rights icon and leader to the world had passed. >> i'm shere shepherd smith in york. we have learn ed from the president of south africa that the civil rights icon nelson mandela died a short time ago at the age of 95. mandela was the first black president of south africa and an enduring icon of the struggle against racial opposition. he died according to the announcement of the governor leaving the nation without the moral center at a time of growing dissatisfaction with the country's leaders. those words lead the new york sometimes article that came out moments ago. mr. mandela spent 27 years in prison after being convicted of treason. by negotiating with captors after his release in 1990, mandela led the a
a short time ago. jonathan karl, certainly president obama made aware of the news, the loss this afternoon. have we heard anything yet from the president? >> the white house is well aware of this, something we have been tracking a long time. no official statement yet. was a towering influence on president obama, inspiration. if you look now at the screen, that is the one and only photograph of president obama and mandela together, happening the one time that manned -- that obama got to meet his hero as a young freshman senator, newly elected senator, and mandela was visiting washington. he had that meeting, that single photo, obama in silhouette. he wassident, back when senator obama, wrote a forward to a book by nelson mandela, and the words here give you a sense. by the way, the pictures right now, that is the president in the cell where nelson mandela spent 17 years in prison and in south africa, 17 of the 27 years that nelson mandela spent in prison. trip, the president visited south africa earlier this year. he had hoped to get a chance to have one last meeting with mandela. forela wa
. >> what's the attitude. is it grudging accept arranges anger. jonathan bloomberg said it's not as punishing on the surface. there's nothing in jpmorgan's admissions that would be damaging to the company. they can be proud. your reaction to that. >> there's a statement of facts they admit people put bad mortgages into mortgage backed securities. i'm not sure if he read the statement of facts or not. toif say i think jpmorgan was smart. i think history will look well on this as a decision because there is what i've always believed is a a peace premium. the first bank saying we will put this behind us. not just a settlement with my office. this is claims of freddie and fannie, fdic, national strategy from day one. i'm proud of the work i've done together with my colleagues and i think you will see in the next few months other banks coming to the table. i think their reaction is -- the jpmorgan fox figured this out. they understood it's better to bite the bullet and put it bin us. they can go forward. they are a well-run bank and i look for them to get a bump out of this. som
and that is it. >> what do you think about diversification? stan jonathan miller said great manager should make -- stan druckenmiller said great managers should make a that and stick with it. if you are going to hedge, why should you get 2 and 20. people, he has done some interesting things. he is one of the best investors in the world. when you talk about investing with someone -- your investors have to know you are willing to do these things and what your risk parameters are. as long as they're comfortable comparable with those beforehand, you're able to make these larger investments when the time comes. are thethat those investors that differentiate themselves over time from those that are not willing to do things like that. >> within equities, are there sectors you are afraid of? >> there are sectors that are on investable. -- uninvestible. outside of pure financial reasons, we do not have any expertise in many areas. we have a deep expertise in others. drobny.bass and steve kyle knows about tapering, it isnot effecting the way he investing. the difference between long-term investors and tr
many of them raise their voices now, not on how many times the president does. let's go to jonathan martin, covering today's protest in new york. last year, 200 fast food workers held a one day strike at more than 20 restaurants here. are we expecting something like that today. >> it really remains to be seen just how significant, how large this protest will be. this all started and it has grown from a year ago with just a few fast food workers walking out in new york. this restaurant is open for business, people going in and out. a year ago in august, there were 500 people who protested outside of this mcdonald's. not all of them were fast food workers. we could see that today. organizers say it has grown bigger, expanding to 100 cities, smaller cities, so they feel like their movement has certainly grown. this latest wave of protests or planned protests started yesterday here in new york and about five other cities with one particular group, moveon.org delivering petitions in some five cities. >> you can work full time here and not support yourself, much less a family. here we are
of the national park service, jonathan jarvis, that we oppose the oppose this by limiting the public use of waterways. this will keep my constituents from enjoying the riverways that belong to them. mr. speaker, i urge my constituents to attend public meetings in salem and even kirkwood to show opposition to obama administration's park service' attempts to restrict ur access to our rivers. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from texas seek recognition? >> to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman from texas is recognized. mr. green: thank you, madam speaker. madam speaker, i want to thank congressman christopher smith for leading a codel to the philippines. i, along with congressman trent franks were members of the codel, and i want people to know that there is still great work to be done for our friends in the philippines. this picture depicts some of the damages that we were able to see while we were there in a province of the philippines. this is an
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